How I Cleanse My Hair for Less than a Dime – Guest Blogging at Frugal Living and Crafting!

Hey all! Today I guest posted about how I use the No Poo method to save money on hair care. Check it out on my friend Cat’s blog!

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Note from Cat:  I happen to be lucky enough to be good friends with Andrea, who agreed to do a guest blog post for me on the No Poo method.  And no, it doesn’t involve your bathroom habits, but a frugal addition to your hair care arsenal.  Read on, and be sure to visit Andrea at A Measured Life;

How I Wash My Hair for A Mere 8 Cents

I’ve never been the type of girl who spends a lot of time styling her hair. I did go through a phase in high school where I NEEDED to use Pantene, but once I started paying for my own hair products I rapidly outgrew that phase!

Now that I’m really trying to live frugally, I’ve been experimenting with hair care products. I’d tried the No Poo method before, years ago, but gave it up for some unremembered reason. But…

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4 thoughts on “How I Cleanse My Hair for Less than a Dime – Guest Blogging at Frugal Living and Crafting!”

  1. Okay…skeptical me read EVERYTHING about this, and then added baking soda, and a spray bottle to my grocery list. Vinegar was already on it! And, this morning I washed my hair as directed, and I LOVE IT!! I DID really rinse my hair very, very, very well after washing it with the bs solution, and only used 1 Tbsp. vinegar to a cup of water, and it seemed to work really well. My hair is very fine, and thin. I used to have lots more, but have lost a good bit over the years. I do have a question about how much solution to use when you wash your hair, though. I used what I thought was enough, but it was less than 1/4 of a cup. Is that enough??

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